Every day disaster strikes somewhere in the world. As we watch disasters on television and read about them in the newspapers, we feel a mixture of fascination and fear. Some disasters have always been with us: earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes and floods are as common today as they were in the past. Others, like the nuclear disaster of Chernobyl, are the result of our own technology. This book looks at both types of disaster, and at what we can learn from them.
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Mary McIntosh is a successful writer who has contributed greatly to the Oxford Bookworms Factfiles series. Christine Lindop was born in New Zealand where she began her teaching career. She later taught EFL in France and Spain, and has worked as an editor, proofreader, and writer since
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Descripción OUP Oxford, 2001. CD-ROM. Estado de conservación: Used; Good. Nº de ref. de la librería 1414907